Created in 1994, the Mediterranean Dialogue aims at enhancing security and stability in the region by creating good relations across the Mediterranean as well as better mutual understanding. The other six members are Egypt, Israel, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, which joined in February 1995, and Jordan, which joined in November 1995.
14 Mar. 2000
Algeria joins NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue
This week, the Algerian Democratic and Popular Republic became the seventh participant in NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue.